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Module producers, project developers at loggerheads over solar policy

Both are cogs in the wheel to help India install 500 gigawatts (Gw) of non-fossil fuelled power by 2030

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solar power  | renewable enrgy | Green energy

S Dinakar 



Solar Power
India’s new solar production policy entails a 40 per cent tax on module imports and 25 per cent on cells from April this year

Shubhra Mohanka and Ritu Lal represent two sides of India’s solar coin. The first is a producer, aggressively expanding solar module capacity fourfold; the other, a developer, with an eye on the fast growing commercial & industrial market (C&I), crucial to meeting India’s target.

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First Published: Tue, September 13 2022. 18:09 IST

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